Articles tagged magnolia electric co.

Magnolia Electric Co.: Josephine

Years from now, we should look back at Magnolia Electric Co. and say that, at the height of their powers -- as they are on Josephine -- they were one of the finest bands going.

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Hospitals and Baseball Games: An Interview with Magnolia Electric Co.

Jason Molina seems to write more often than he changes recording names, and the result is a recent box set from Magnolia Electric Co.

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Magnolia Electric Co.: Sojourner

Four discs of lost and found material from the workingman's workingman, Jason Molina, constitute a celebration of his band's work better than any best-of retrospective could hope to.

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Magnolia Electric Co.: Fading Trails

Good songs culled from four different sessions for four different albums makes Magnolia's latest scatterbrained and unsatisfying.

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	Magnolia Electric Co.: Hard to Love a Man EP

Jason Molina and company show that they still have energy to spare.

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	Magnolia Electric Co.: What Comes After the Blues

Magnolia Electric Co.'s studio debut is humbler and quieter, but (never fear!) as yearning and high-lonesome as ever.

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	Magnolia Electric Co.: Trials & Errors

Jason Molina & Co. flex their muscles in Brussels on this live set recorded in 2003. To quote a quote: 'Tonight's the night, yes it is'.

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//Mixed media

The Hills Are Alive, But Nobody Else Is in 'The Happiness of the Katakuris'

// Short Ends and Leader

"Happiness of the Katakuris is one of Takashi Miike's oddest movies, and that's saying something.

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